Creamy potato soup is the ultimate comfort food! This Slow Cooker Potato Soup with Pesto is a lighter twist on the classic with all the bowl-licking flavor of the original!
OMG WE HAD OUR FIRST COLD FRONT!
Laugh all you want, but this is the highlight of the year for us Floridians who run the risk of heat stroke through most of Fall.
We don’t wear flip flops in the Fall solely to make Northerners cringe, it’s out of sheer necessity people! Wearing them in Winter is an entirely different story… don’t judge my hoodie and flops!
Now that there’s officially a chill in the air, the soup kick that I’ve been on since August is exponentially more acceptable.
To celebrate the need to crank the heat and bring my basil indoors, I made soup. Potato soup! And since my fresh basil was snuggled up next to the stove, I decided to let it in on the fun….
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Hey loves! Today I’m partnering with TYLENOL to celebrate how different families come together during the holidays. This year we’re staying local and celebrating as a trio. I’m so excited for a relaxing holiday with my husband and toddler!
When it comes to our Thanksgiving traditions, things are pretty food-centric! We love to eat and adore enjoy cooking together as a family. It’s a team effort for sure with our little chickpea perched inside her learning tower at the counter, helping wash, sort, and pour ingredients to make each dish special.
It’s seriously our FAVORITE holiday and I’m so grateful our Marine is here to celebrate with us this year!
Our Family’s Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes
Here are a few of the recipes that have become traditional thanksgiving fare for my family. I couldn’t imagine the big day without these tasty eats on the table! Some we’ve made for ages now and some are new favorites that we look forward to diving into for years to come. Enjoy!
These sassy stuffed mushrooms were one of the very first recipes I learned how to make thanks to my momma! They were her go-to Thanksgiving appetizer of choice and my siblings and I were (and still are!) OBSESSED to say the least.
I remember helping her stuff them as a kiddo while my younger siblings eagerly crowded around, waiting to faceplant into the tray the second we pulled them from the oven. No matter how many we made there never seemed to be enough, and they were always gone in an instant, even if it meant burning our mouths on them the second the plate hit the counter….